Caesar Must Die

Synopsis: In Rebibbia Prison in Italy, its inmate theatre program puts on a well received production of William Shakespeare's Julius Caesar. The film goes back several months earlier as the coordinators announces the play as the program's production of the year. With that project set, we see its creation as the cast is auditioned and selected for this artistic challenge. As they rehearse, the prisoners, many of whom are long termers and lifers for serious crimes, find that the classic play has both a striking resonance and contrast to their confined lives.
Genre: Drama
Production: Adopt Films
  16 wins & 19 nominations.
 
IMDB:
7.3
Metacritic:
77
Rotten Tomatoes:
91%
UNRATED
Year:
2012
77 min
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Vittorio Parrella,

born in Italy, Imperia,

Resident in Amsterdam.

R. J. H. Fortuynstraat, Netherlands!

Bastards!

Pasquale Crapetti.

Son of Giuseppe. Born in Naples.

Naples, Pianura.

Wait.

I'm Pasquale Crapetti!

Born in Naples, 8 may 1948!

My name is Franco Carosone,

I'm from Cava dei Tirreni.

Son of late Giuseppe

and late Senatore Giuseppina.

Understand? Is it OK?

Do you like it or not?

All of you will work

in Julius Caesar...

This is how the

main roles will be distributed.

Giovanni Arcuri as Julius Caesar.

Cosimo Rega as Cassius.

Sasa Striano as Brutus.

Antonio Frasca as Mark Antony.

Juan Bonetti as Decius.

And as Lucius, the musician,

Enzo Gallo who can play the harmonica.

Do you have it with you? - Yes.

SENTENCE:
17 YEARS

DRUG TRAFFICKING

SENTENCE:
14 YEARS AND 8 MONTHS

ORGANIZED CRIME:

SENTENCE:
LIFETIME

MURDER:

SENTENCE:
26 YEARS

VARIOUS CRIMES:

SENTENCE:
15 YEARS AND 6 MONTHS

DRUG TRAFFICKING

SENTENCE:
LIFETIME

ORGANIZED CRIME:

Close the curtains, please.

Excellent.

As you know. the theater is

still being renovated.

But I think that this room will be

appropriate for our rehearsals.

You already read your parts,

now you must start reciting them.

Julius Caesar, Act I, Scene ll.

Ah, please speak in your dialect.

- Apulian. - Calabrian.

- Roman. - Neapolitan.

Excellent.

We have Julius Caesar in the street

and the soothsayer coming towards him,

because he needs to speak to him,

plead for something.

Caruso, you are the soothsayer, go.

Caesar!

Caesar!

Excuse me, but in Neapolitan

we also say Caesar, like in Italian.

- Say Caesar then!

- I'm 'ere. Who wants me?

Speaking in dialect is OK,

but don't be vulgar.

It's not a vulgar dialect.

It's a dialect. but the

characters speaking it are noble.

- I'm here. Who's looking for me?

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